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Human immunosenescence contributes to morbidity and mortality in later life. Understanding the reasons for age-associated alterations to protective immunity in the elderly would ultimately improve and extend healthspan. The majority of the papers collected in this remarkable and timely volume address the mechanisms responsible for immune ageing in humans. They also consider what might be accomplished to redress the erosion of immune competence with age.…mehr

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Human immunosenescence contributes to morbidity and mortality in later life. Understanding the reasons for age-associated alterations to protective immunity in the elderly would ultimately improve and extend healthspan. The majority of the papers collected in this remarkable and timely volume address the mechanisms responsible for immune ageing in humans. They also consider what might be accomplished to redress the erosion of immune competence with age.


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"The book covers the basic biology of cell-mediated immunity decline, the consequences of the declined immune system, and interventional therapeutic approaches aiming to correct or reverse the aged immune system. ... The book ends with insightful review on therapeutic strategies aiming to correct or reverse immunosenescence. Overall, the book is very well written and should be recommended reading for cell biologists, immunologists, and physician scientists interested in the current scope of understanding immunosenscence and opportunities to explore therapeutic strategies for its correction." (Yang Zhou, Clinical Infectious Diseases, December, 2012)